Financial Times, Sept. 7, 2010.
always refreshing to see a media article that digs a little deeper into the
murky depths of politics and the media.
I'm surprised that a media source outside the United
States hadn't exposed what is possibly the biggest story with the greatest
amount of sordid details involving government personnel in three countries
engaging in a series of outright criminal acts involving mass murder
(Lockerbie), the shifting of blame, and the subsequent consequences of that
I have had the inside track to serious misconduct in
U.S. covert activities, but what I was able to support with evidence,
concerning the Lockerbie bombing, was obtained from the hundreds of British
media reports and the reports by United Nations Security Council
representative throughout the Lockerbie trial and appeal process, Professor
In the U.S. media, there has been a total cover-up on
these matters, and that by itself has alarming consequences. While British
media has reported on the serious irregularities, none that I know of how
made a report calling a spade a spade. As for the Scottish judges, their
conduct is nothing short of aiding and abetting and criminal. I have
reported on judicial misconduct in the U.S. for decades, and what was done
by the Scottish judges is even worse than what I have discovered in the U.S.
But British media simply places a nice name on this judicial corruption.
That conduct has continuing consequences.
It would be really refreshing if a British reporter
would write a hard-hitting series of articles on this very important
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